Your home's furnace doesn't always need to stop working altogether for it to need repairs, and it's good to always get those repairs done as quickly as possible when you notice problems with your furnace. This will ensure it stays in good working order and that you're not putting unnecessary wear and tear on the parts. Note a few of the most common signs that your home's furnace needs repairs. [Read More]
How to Select the Best Air Filter for Your HVAC System
You can easily be overwhelmed by the huge variety of air filters on the market if you go shopping for one without a checklist to guide your selection. Avoid that dilemma by selecting a filter based on the considerations below. The Contaminants You Wish to Eliminate Air filters improve indoor air quality by removing different kinds of contaminants from the air in your home. The most common categories of contaminants are particulates (dust and pet dander, for example), microbes (like fungi and bacteria) and chemical vapors/odors (such as cigarette smoke). [Read More]
Why Hire a Professional to Clean Your Commercial Kitchen Versus Relying on Your Staff?
When you hire staff to work in your commercial kitchen, they will be expected to handle moderate cleaning throughout their shift. This includes cleaning the grill, the floor, and food prep surfaces. However, many restaurant owners also assume that kitchen staff can and should handle all cleaning in the kitchen, but this can be very shortsighted. It's often better if you simply have a professional cleaning company do this work for you than expect your staff to handle thorough, deep cleaning. [Read More]
Common Central Air Conditioner Troubleshooting Tips for 2 Major Issues
Your central air conditioner should operate smoothly and quietly, and should distribute cool air to your home without you even noticing that it's working. If you do notice problems with the air conditioner however, you might note a few troubleshooting tips before you call for service and repairs. At the very least, you might know what to expect by way of repairs that will need to be performed. Note the following. [Read More]